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Teluk Intan 安顺

Every time we passed by Teluk Intan, we would take a picture of the clock tower.

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Since 1885, the tower had retired the role as a water tank and become the tourism clock tower. It is still ‘leaning’ and standing tall. Ramadhan bazaar stalls have been occupying the square during the month of Ramadhan.

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It was 3pm and the sun was extremely hot. We notice Teluk Intan had added a new Taoist Temple (opened on March 2012).

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We also tried the local biscuit with new durian flavour ( 榴梿香饼 ) while we were walking around the town center.

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